Answered By: Andrew Tadman
Last Updated: Sep 17, 2015     Views: 200

To get a library card you will need to come in to a branch and show some identification and proof of address. It can't be done online. For more information, you can read our library cards and borrowing policy.

Comments (4)

  1. The library should consider a program for non-residents and charge an annual fee. Great way to increase revenues!! Some libraries use this program.
    by Joseph Templet on Jan 18, 2015.
  2. Hi there Joseph,

    If you're an out of parish resident you can actually apply for a card (For Free)! It just needs to be one of our neighboring parishes:
    1. Ascension
    2. Assumption
    3. East Feliciana
    4. Iberia
    5. Iberville
    6. Livingston
    7. Pointe Coupee
    8. St. Helena
    9. St. Tammany
    10. Tangipahoa
    11. Washington
    12. West Baton Rouge
    13. West Feliciana

    You can also apply for a card if you don't live in EBR parish but own property. To check out how head over to:http://www.ebrpl.com/LibraryServices/CardsandBorrowing.html

    Thanks!
    by Adam St. Pierre on Jan 20, 2015.
  3. How can someone who is confined to a nursing home obtain a library card?
    by Donna on Oct 22, 2016.
  4. Hi Donna,
    Online registrations for library cards is coming soon. In the meantime please contact our Outreach department at (225) 302-5515.
    by Andrew Tadman on Oct 24, 2016.

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